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Royal Jordanian launches direct flights to Madinah

March 29- Royal Jordanian (RJ) has launched direct flights to Madinah that will operate four times a week. President/CEO, RJ, Hussein Dabbas, speaking about the launch, said that this route is particularly useful for those passengers who want to perform Umrah/Hajj, since it is much easier to catch a direct flight rather than getting to Madinah via Jeddah Airport or by land.
The flight details are as follows: Sundays and Wednesdays the flight departs from Amman at 20:30 pm and arrives in Madinah at 22:15 pm. It flies from Madinah at 23:00 pm and arrives in Amman at 12:45 am next day. Tuesdays and Thursdays, the flight leaves Amman at 1:00 am (after midnight) and arrives in Madinah at 2:45 am. The flight from Madinah departs at 6:30 am, arriving in Amman at 8:15 am.
 

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